23555 Goddard Road
Code and Ordinance Department
Apartment Rental Inspections
City of Taylor
Building Department Customers
Beginning July 12, 2010 there will be a small change in how your building permit application will be processed at the City of Taylor Building Department.
A Zoning Review Fee will be charged to all building permit applications at the time they are submitted to the Building Department. This review will be performed to determine if the project you are proposing meets the requirements of the City of Taylor Zoning Ordinance. Once your permit has been approved or denied from the zoning review you may follow the normal procedures in pulling your building permit.
Exceptions to the Zoning Review Fee: The removal and replacement of Roofing, Siding, Windows, and Concrete.
The Zoning Review Fee does not include building plan review fees and/or permit fees. Applications submitted to the Building Department subject to Zoning Review will not be reviewed until the review fee has been paid.
The Building Department oversees and approves all residential, commercial, and industrial construction within the city. The department is committed to protect, maintain and improve health, safety, welfare and the quality of life for residents and businesses located in our city through the enforcement of the State of Michigan construction Codes and local ordinances established for those purposes. Applications, requirements and inspections are processed daily. Garage Sale permits are available at the Building department for the cost of $10. A permit is good for five consecutive days. Applications may be picked up at the Building Dpartment counter on the first floor of City Hall, 23555 Goddard Road.
This department enforces property maintenance in order to ensure compliance in residential, commercial, and industrial development.
The Apartment Rental Inspection department was developed in order to oversee the maintenance of the City's rental housing stock. Apartments are inspected every three years. The maintenance and improvement of the rental stock is a goal of the department.
City establishes ordinance hotline
City of Taylor has announced a new 24-hour ordinance hotline that allows residents to report violations anonymously.
Residents can call the hotline, (734) 374-0100, any time and leave an ordinance complaint in a voice-mail message. Within 24 hours of the initial call, an ordinance officer will visit the location of the alleged violation and assess the situation.